With hopes to reduce the spread of COVID19, the Lake Superior Railroad Museum and Duluth Depot buildings will remain closed through December 10th, hoping to reopen again on January 11th, 2021.
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The museums and building of the Duluth Depot will be closed until atleast December 18th due to the rapid spread of COVID19 restrictions. There will be no public access to the building. All holiday trains rides have been cancelled.
Although the museum remains open during the pandemic, we will now be closed on Mondays, and open only 10am to 3pm daily. Nearly everything in the museum is still open and available to explore as it always has. COVID19 has restricted the museum only to close a couple of the “climb inside” exhibits, and then […]
The museum is open again! As of July 1st, the museum is open to the public. Doors unlock at 10am now to allow for an additional hour. Masks are required in the building. Check out this great news clip from our local Fox station: https://www.fox21online.com/2020/07/01/north-shore-scenic-railroad-kicks-off-summer-tourism-season/
The exhibits of the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, and the excursions on the North Shore Scenic Railroad are cancelled through June 30th, with the hopes that July 1st we will open again to you. It has been a trying time for the museum, which owns and operates the railroad. It will prove to be a […]